Pope Francis, Victory of Power and Will Over Reason?

Pope Francis, Victory of Power and Will Over Reason?

en.news
10/5/17

Joseph Seifert, a philosopher fired by the Archbishop of Granada, Spain, for having criticized Amoris Laetitia in a scientific way, has called the dubia concerning the controversial document “a church-historical necessity.”

Writing in First Things, October 5 (THE PERSECUTION OF [CATHOLIC] ORTHODOXY [BY BERGOGLIAN HETERODOXY]) he adds, “Is not the continuous and complete silence of the pope to the four cardinals’ questions a kind of ‘silent inquisition’ and a victory of power and will over reason?”

Seifert states that a “topsy-turvy inquisition has been launched against orthodoxy, and truth is persecuted by those called to uphold it” adding, “I have become one of the victims of this reverse inquisition”.

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One comment on “Pope Francis, Victory of Power and Will Over Reason?

  1. When the Donkey Sees More than the Prophet

    en.news
    10/6/17

    Professor Joseph Seifert, a philosopher fired by the archbishop of Granada, Spain, for having criticized Amoris Laetitia in a scientific way, repeated his plea to Pope Francis to answer the question whether he denies the existence of acts which are intrinsically wrong.

    Writing in First Things (October 5) Seifert explains, “I do this because I profess a faith whose Scriptures teach us that sometimes a donkey can see something the prophet fails to see. If the prophet in such a case slaps the donkey, whom God sent him, he will receive the stern reprimand God gave the prophet through his angel.”

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